Type: Trad, 40 ft (12 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: a bloc on Oct 15, 2020
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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So there's a toprope junkshow already on Reptile or you want to show a new leader how to stitch it up? Hop on this for a fun quickie! Really a detached block that sloughed off of the Brown wall, this heavily featured slab is a pleasant angle reminiscent of a granite Flatiron. New leaders can be on their feet to sling the many chickenheads, plug nuts between fat dinner plates, and there's even some cracks to jam up top!

This makes a good solo to warm up or cool down on with positive holds throughout and the hardest bit down low. If you solo'd it, there's a 4th Class chimney to the climber's right to scuddle down, but downclimbing the pitch is far more pleasant.


This is the obvious, heavily featured, free-standing slab book-ending the left side of the taller panels of the Brown Wall.

Angle left from the tree stump on to the face, then choose your own jugventure to the top.


Slings for chickenheads, nuts, and a single set of cams up to small hands should stitch it up.

Two coldshuts gets you off the thing - adding quicklinks would help prevent a kinky lower.


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